Balance of Beauty … Seeing Beyond If it were not for the rocky shores that hide the true beauty of nature, I could go beyond. As we look forward to a year of celebration throughout Canada, we reflect on a past filled with rocky barriers that was pushed aside to reveal the beautiful oceans of…Read More
Synergy: …The way things grow
As winter approaches we often reflect on the wonder and beauty of summer. The warmth, the skies, the plants are not gone as winter approaches but found in different forms. We see new challenges as temperatures fall, we engage in different activities to stay grounded
and balanced. We huddle around warm fires together and contemplate the foods we eat, the activities we are planning, the people we will be seeing and helping and future we look forward to.
The seasons provide us with the synergy to continue, rethink and come together. Many thanks to all our community partners in helping our strategy continue to grow throughout Ontario. We look forward to the more ways of working together to reduce fractures within Ontario.
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The Arc of Time: Show and Tell
Once I was young and ran, moved and jumped like time owed me for keeping its image alive. It was I however that owed time and made my payments over the years. June is Seniors’ Month and we celebrate the knowledge and passion they have given us. The Ontario Osteoporosis Strategy (OOS) has been blessed with great praise from the communities we serve over the last 11 years. We continue to work towards reducing the burden of fractures for our senior population throughout Ontario.
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I Fail To Fall: On my path to health
As the year comes to an end, the inevitable comes to mind – another year approaches for us to continue to improve. Time, in this sense, can be summed up as an Amazingly Great Ending (AGE). Our aging population gives us cause to aid each other in moving forward to ensure that improvement happens. We have called upon health care facilities, primary care, community partners and public health to engage with us in reducing fractures and they have walked the path with us. As fall brings change, winter brings thought, spring brings growth and summer brings joy, we relish the beauty of a healthy year.
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It Feels Good: Our inspired journey
It’s sometimes hard to pick one day or one moment to celebrate.
So we have decided to celebrate all 3650 of the days we’ve worked
on bridging the care gap for those with osteoporosis and fractures.
We celebrate each day which has brought us closer to our goals. Our team has worked hard
to achieve a level of admiration from the patients we affect and from colleagues around the world.
Join us as we continue to improve the lives of fracture
patients website osteostrategy.on.ca
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Evolution is a word that can very easily describe the path of the Ontario Osteoporosis Strategy (OOS) since 2005. What began by looking at the vast service gaps in osteoporosis care has evolved into a focused approach to reducing hip fractures by 20% by the year 2020. This expected 20% reduction will help reduce the…Read More
What began as a very unique program in Canada and throughout the world has started a movement of change around the world. The Ontario Osteoporosis Strategy continues to move along with emerging trends in research and now influencing the formation of various fracture reduction strategies around the world.Read More
This newsletter is the first in a series that will provide updates and highlight opportunities for integration and collaboration between agencies and organizations and with Regional Integration Leads (RILs) working within the Ontario Osteoporosis Strategy at Osteoporosis Canada.Read More
Osteoporosis is a disease characterized by low bone mass and deterioration of bone tissue, leading to increased bone fragility and risk of fracture (broken bones), particularly of the hip, spine, wrist and shoulder.Read More